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Sydney Teaching Colloquium 2013:
Blended learning for engaged enquiry

2–3 October 2013

Technology is changing and shaping higher education curricula, learning and teaching. Students expect technology-rich collaborative learning spaces; content is user-generated, mobile and increasingly flexible; and MOOCS remain an ambitious experiment watched by everyone concerned with quality, cost efficiencies and effectiveness.

How might the University of Sydney navigate this new curriculum landscape to deliver on the promise of Engaged Enquiry learning experiences?

The third Sydney Teaching Colloquium (2–3 October, 2013) is an occasion to participate in two days of thoughtful conversation about the different ways these new technology-rich and blended learning environments can help to progress our commitment to Engaged Enquiry as the signature learning experience at Sydney.

The colloquium will also feature two panel discussions:

  • What are the pedagogical opportunities provided by blended learning? (featuring Professor Duncan Ivison, Professor David Lowe, Professor Kathryn Refshauge, Dr Margot Day, Professor Judy Kay and Professor Joellen Riley).

  • What should students expect from an Engaged Enquiry experience that incorporates blended learning? (featuring a panel of students and Associate Deans Learning & Teaching).

Event details



Sydney Teaching Colloquium 2013: blended learning for engaged enquiry

Where

MacLaurin Hall A14D, The Quadrangle
MacLaurin Hall
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When

2–3 October 2013


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